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5 Incredible Ways To Romanticize Your Garden

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    Architecture Architecture Apr 04, 2017 03:43 PM EDT

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    Gardens are one of the most underrated parts of a home. Most homeowners would just leave it all plain and boring. It shouldn't be like it anymore. Check out here the 5 incredible ways to amplify its beauty.

    Houzz shared some simple and easy steps to revamp a garden. With just a few additions and restructuring, it will turn from dull to romantic.

    The first step to romanticize a garden is a nice seating area. In movies, it's the best place where couples stay and talk. It could also be the same in any home even for families. Make a space where people can interact with each other.

    Next, adding arbors in the garden is also another fix. It's better if it will be covered with vines. Climbing roses or wisteria are the best options for it. It will bring incredible smell while people pass it. This may also be arched in multiple numbers to add more drama in the place.

    Putting a grand entry can also be a great way to beautify any garden. This will add more charm in the place. In relation, shady corridors will anyway be a nice complement to it.

    In addition, Country Living also suggested some interesting ideas magnify a garden's beauty. They are all in fact award winning garden designer Charlotte Rowe's thoughts.

    Fairy lights wrapped in vines and trees is one of Rowe's garden ideas. Its glow will instantly make any space cozier. Pairing it with a water feature such a mini-falls or fountain will be its great partner. Together both will be a feat for quick relaxation.

    Statues and flowers may also be used to create a statement in any garden. Both will be about texture, elegance, and magic. Anyone will surely enjoy sitting out while looking at the two's extra charm.

    To end, gardens are an asset to any home. It's a quick nature's form of pleasure and relaxation.

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